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review What the Moon Saw 103 Ê [PDF / Epub] ☉ What the Moon Saw By Laura Resau – Johns-cycling-diary.co.uk Clara Luna's name means clear moon in Spanish But lately her head has felt anything but clear One day a letter comes from Mexico written in Spanish Dear Clara We invite you to our house for the summer Clara Luna's name means clear moon in SpaniRents She knows he snuck over the border from Mexico as a teenager but beyond that she knows almost nothing about his childhood When she agrees to go she's stunned by her grandparents' life they live in simple shacks in the mountains of southern Mexico where most people speak not only Spanish but an indigenous language MixtecoThe village of Yucuyoo holds other surprises. 45 Stars

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Clara Luna's name means clear moon in Spanish But lately her head has felt anything but clear One day a letter comes from Mexico written in Spanish Dear Clara We invite you to our house for the summer We will wait What the PDF or for you on the day of the full moon in June at the Oaxaca airport Love your grandparents Fourteen year old Clara has never met her father's pa. Wow Review's coming later

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What the Moon SawToo like the spirit waterfall which is heard but never seen And Pedro an intriguing young goatherder who wants to help Clara find the waterfall Hearing her grandmother’s adventurous tales of growing up as a healer awakens Clara to the magic in Yucuyoo and in her own soul What The Moon Saw is an enchanting story of discovering your true self in the most unexpected pla. Clara has received an invitation to go visit her father's parents in Mexico and she's a little intrigued but mostly scared Her father left many years ago and rarely looked back and now she's expected to go to a place with no electricity all they speak is Spanish hers is rusty and she won't know anyone But something Clara hasn't told her parents is that she's been feeling restless so this two month visit might just be what she needs to 'find herself' So Clara accepts the invitation and begins to learn all about what life was like for her father as a child By the end of the summer she appreciates all the flowers and herbs her grandmother teachers her about and she has perfected making tortillas by handThis is a book of self discovery as well as a glimpse into life in rural Mexico especially in Yucuyoo Clara is an interesting character who truly grows and develops throughout the book Readers will even want to know what happens next summer as she promises Pedro a neighbor boy that she will come back to visit Learning and appreciating one's roots is an important theme as well as being grateful for what you have Young readers who are in the world Clara starts out in filled with CDs DVD players cars Internet will be able to connect with Clara as she comes to terms with being in a place with few people and no electricity There is Spanish and Mixteco sprinkled throughout the book some get direct translations afterwards and a glossary is included at the back